CAB TRANSPORT LIFT MAINTENANCE - CONTINUED
CAB TRANSPORT SYSTEM INSPECTION
In operational position, inspect rail guides (1) for excessive wear or damage.
Excessive clearance between the tapered part of the cab rollers and the taper of the rail guides can
cause binding of cab during cab movement.
Move cab to transport position (TM 10-3930-675-10) and check for smooth movement of cab on rail guides (1). Support
frame assembly (4) and inspect rail guides for excessive wear or damage.
Check cab rollers (2) and locking bars (3) for proper operation, excessive wear, or damage.
Replace cab transport system components, as needed (refer to Cab Transport Lift Removal and Installation).
Inspect and replace, as needed, cab sliding cylinder (WP 0174 00), cab lifting cylinder (WP 0173 00), and/or hydraulic
Return cab to operational position (TM 10-3930-675-10) and fully raise cab transport lift. Check cab transport lift for
height alignment with cab support frame (4).
Visually check alignment of rail guides (1) at tapered edge of rail guides, and alignment between cab transport lift and
cab support frame (4).
Each cab lifting cylinder has an adjustable clevis on the rod of cylinder.